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The Self and the Institution The Transformation of a Narrative Genre
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2012-12)
Media researchers have not been much preoccupied with a genre named Digital Storytell - ing. Since its origin in the early 90s, it has spread from California to the rest of the United States and has been evolving for ...
Young people’s narratives of media and identity
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2015-05)
The article explores how upper secondary students use the learning activity mediagraphy to reflect on their identity and on media as constraining and enabling factors in their social practice. In mediagraphy, the ...
“Shaming the Devil!” Performative Shame in Investigative TV-journalism
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2013-12)
This paper considers the performativity of shaming in investigative TV-journalism. It argues that the construction of shame is not only a constituent element in investigative TV- journalism but also an important factor ...
Mega-Sporting Events and the Media in Attention Economies. National and International Press Coverage of the IAAF World Championships in Helsinki 2005
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2009-11)
The present article examines the IAAF World Championships as a commercialized mega- sporting event and an expression of the contemporary experience industry. The focus of the empirical analysis is on the national and ...
“Nobody has 257 Friends” Strategies of Friending, Disclosure and Privacy on Facebook
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2013-06)
In the present article, we discuss norms of friendship and privacy on social network sites by examining strategies of privacy among users, arguing that tacit norms of friendship are now more easily observed. The article ...
Tensions of Consumer Individualism. Norwegian Identity in the Context of Globalization
(Nordic Council of Ministers, Nordicom, 2011-11)
Globalizing poses particular challenges to likhet – Norwegian conceptualizations of alike ness – and with it the Norwegian conceptualization of individualism, because globalizing advances a different conceptualization ...